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DEDICATION... 



For his devotion to Scholarship and 

his untiring efforts to lead his students 
to a greater appreciation of literature 
and a realization of the fuller life, 
we, the editorial staff of the thirty- 
second Sou'Wester, dedicate this vol- 
ume to Dr. Claud Howard, Head of 
the Department of English. 



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EDITOR'S NOTE 



From the editor of the Sou'Wester, 

To you, whatever student you are. 

This is your book. 

Take hold of it, open it, look at it, 

But we ask that you do not criticize it 

More than you would wish it criticized 

Had you done it. 

Think only of those things we did — 

Not those we didn't do. 

If your picture is in the wrong place, 

Or your name is spelled with an extra k, 

Please forgive us. 

There were three hundred and sixty-seven of you, 

Each with a name like yours. 

It was lots of fun, 

Some of the time, 

And lots of work 

Most of the time, 

But done thinking of you 

All the time. 

For we wanted to remember you, 

As we wanted you to remember us, 

As we wanted you to remember each other. 

So take it with a happy heart 

And with a friendly farewell 

To the boy you sat by in Psychology 

Or your partner in Chem. Lab., 

To the girl with whom you went to the Zeta formal. 

Or your date for the midnight show. 

It's a hail and a goodbye to you, my friend 

Until we meel again. 





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A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT 



Hurrah for the 1936-37 Sou'Wester! 

Hurrah for the happiest, the most enthusiastic student body 
in Texas! 

Our friends have just wiped out $420,000,000 of debt and 
added more than $200,000.00 to our endowment. Southwestern 
has never faced a brighter future. Our student enrollment is 
34 per cent above that of last year. The year's work has been 
wonderful — The Megaphone has never sounded a clearer call 
nor has the Magazine been more ably edited. We have the 
most colorful bond and orchestra in our history. Our debators 
brought home the honors. Out football team is stronger than 
it has been in years, and the boys are talking conference cham- 
pionship. Our golf and tennis teams are in the limelight. 

Young folk, ninety-seven years of achievement look down 
upon you. You who are "Fish" this year will graduate on South- 
western's one hundredth anniversary. What of the future? In 
1940 our five point five year program will be consummated. Our 
first objective is already reached — our debts are gone! 

Can't you see Southwestern outstanding as a college of 
Liberal Arts and Fine Arts? The star of hope gleams brighter 
on the horizon of our second century. Can't you see our new 
gymnasium in the offing? A winning football team? Can't you 
see Southwestern with buildings and grounds and equipment, 
a faculty and a student body the best in all her history? A 
student body large enough for enthusiasm but not so large 
that the faculty cannot know every individual student in friendly 
sociability? That has ever been Southwestern's glory. South- 
western has been called the School of Personality, the College 
of Leadership. That which Southwestern has done in the past 
is but a prophecy of what the future holds. 



Forward Southwestern! 



JOHN WILLIAM BERGIN 




OSCAR ALVIN ULLRICH 
B. A., M. A., Ph. D. 

Dean of the Faculty; Head of the De- 
partments of Education and Psychology 



MARGARET MOOD McKENNON 
B. A., 
Librarian 





ISAAC JOEL McCOOK 
Business Manager 

PEARL ALMA NEAS 

Registrar; Director of the 

Correspondence 

Department; Ex-Students' Secretary 



HENRY EDWIN MEYER 
B. A., B. S., Mus. B. 
Dean of Music; Professor of Music 





MAY CATT GRANBERY 
Supervisor of Women 



CHARLES MESSERVIE EDENS 

B. A. 

Director of Athletics and Coach; Manager 
of Mood Hall 






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FACULTY 



WESLEY CARROLL VADEN* 
B. A., M. A. 

Professor and Head of the De- 
partment of Latin and Greek 

FREDERICK CHARLES 

ALEXANDER LEHMBERGf 
B. A., M. A. 

Professor of French and Ger- 
man 

CLAUD HOWARD 
B. A., M. A., Ph. D. 
Professor and Head of the De- 
partment of English; Junior 
Counselor 

MYRON LAWSON WILLIAMS 
B. A., M. A. 

Professor and Head of the De- 
par Iments of Business Admin- 
istration, Economics and So- 
ciology; Sophomore Counse- 
lor 



HERBERT LEE GRAY 
B. A., D. D. 

Professor and Head of ihe De- 
partment of Bible and Religion 

JOHN CAMPBELL GODBEY 
B. A., M. A. 

Professor and Head of the De- 
partments of Chemistry and 
Physics; Senior Counselor 

JOHN COWPER GRANBERY 
B. A., M. A., B. D., Ph. D., D. D. 
Professor and Head of the De- 
partment of Philosophy 

GEORGE C. HESTER 
B. A., M. A. 

Professor and Head of the De- 
partment of History and Po- 
litical Science 



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CHARLES GILBERT ROWE 
B. A., M. A., Ph. D. 
Professor and Head of the De- 
partment of Modern Languag- 
es 



CARL BENTON COMPTON 
B. A., B. F. A. 

Professor and Head of the De- 
partment of Art 

RUTH MORGAN FERGUSON 
B. A., M. A. 
Associate Professor of English 

LUCY BELLE MORGAN 
B. A., M. A. 
Assistant Professor of Spanish 

* Deceased 



LORUS JOHNSON MILNE 
B. A., M. A., Ph. D. 
Professor and Head of the De- 
partments of Biology and 
Geology 

THOMAS HODGIN MARSH 
B. A., M. A. 

Associate Professor and Head 
of the Departments of Speech 
and Dramatic Literature 

RODNEY JAMES KIDD 
B. A., M. Ed. 

Assistant Professor of Educa- 
tion; Director of Physical Edu- 
cation; Freshman Counselor 

CHARLES TINSLEY THRIFT 
B. A., M. A., B. D„ Ph. D. 
Professor of Bible and Relig- 
ion; Director of Religion on the 
Campus 



\ Retired 




FACULTY 



ALBERT RUSSELL WAPPLE 

B. S., M. A. 

Associate Professor and Head 

of the Department of Mathe- 



MARGARITA AGRENEVA 
SLAVIANSKY 
Professor of Voice and Direc- 
tor of the Chorus 



IOLA BOWDEN 
B. F. A., B. A. 
Instructor in Music 



SIDNEY BERGIN DUNN 
B. S., M. S. 
Instructor in Physics 




ANITA STORRS GAEDCKE 
Instructor in Violin 



MAURINE PEARCE 
UNDERWOOD 
B. A. 

Instructor in Speech and Dra- 
matic Literature 



SHERMAN D. LESESNE 
B. S., M. A. 
Instructor in Chemistry 



ALBERT GRAY 
B. A., M. A. 
Instructor in English 



THOMAS HAMILTON CLARKE 
B. A. 

Instructor in Business Admin- 
istration 



GEORGIA V. BRIDGERS 

Hostess of the Women's Build- 
ing 



VAN COLLIER TIPTON 
3. A., M. D. 
University Physician 



GORDON H. HOLMES 
Cashier 




MARGIE HOWLE HAMMOND 

B. S. in Ph. Ed. 

Instructor in Physical Educa- 
tion 



EDNA GROTE LEHMBERG 

Supervisor of the Dining Hall 



RUTH CAROL CHEESMAN 

R. N. 
University Nurse 



LOIS CLARKE 

Assistant Registrar 



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SENIORS 



DURWARD BAILEY 
Cotulla 

Major: Mathematics; Pi Gamma Mu ; 
French Club; Alpha Chi, Pres. '37; 
Sigma Tau Delta, Pres. '37 ; South 
western Science Society, Vice-Pes. ; 
Math Dept. '37; English Club; 
Editor Southwestern Magazine '3G- 
'37; Associate Editor Sou'Wester '35- 
'36'37; Managing Editor Magazine 
'35'36; American Student Union, 
Philosophy Club. 



NAOMI BEARDEN 
Georgetown 
Major: English; English Club. 



DAVID BERGIN 
Georgetown 

Major: English; Kappa Sigma; Sig- 
ma Tau Delta; Sigma Delta Chi. 



LILLA BESSONETTE BARNES 
Waco 

Major: Chemistry; Delta Delta Delta; 
Alpha Chi; Science Society; Pep 
Squad, Pres. '35'36; Honorary Yell 
Leader; Women's Athletic Associa- 
tion; Library Secretary. 



DONNEL BISHOP 
Georgetown 

Major: History; Football '32-'35; "S' : 
Association. 



CALVIN BLACK 

Jarrell 

Major: History and Political. 



FRANETTE BROCKETTE 
Holland 

Major: Sociology; Pan American 
Forum; American Student Union; 
Barb Executive Council; Choir; 
Church-Campus Relations Committee. 



WESTWOOD BULLOCK 
Georgetown 



Major: Chemistry; Tutc 



Biology. 



WELDON BYRD 
Waco 

Major: Chemistry; Kappa Alpha; 
Football; Student Senate; Science 
Society; Spanish Club; Student As- 
sistant in Chemistry; "S" Association. 



EILEEN CARPENTER 
Waco 

Major: Dramatic Literature; Mask 
and Wig; Spanish Club; Pi Gamma 
Mu, Sec.-Treas. '36-'37; National Col- 
legiate Players; Women's Building 
Honor Council; University Choir. 




SENIORS 



ANTHONY CECIL 
Neches 

Major: Bible and Religion; Alpha Chi; 
Pi Gamma Mu, Pres. '36-'37;Minister- 
ial Association. 



DOROTHY DAVIDSON 
Georgetown 
Major: English; Delta Delta Delta; 
Alpha Chi; Sigma Tau Delta; Uni- 
versity Honor Council; Women's Ath- 
letic Association, Pres. '36-'37; Wo- 
men's Athletic Association ; English 
Club, Pres. '36'37; Junior Class, 
Vice-Pres. ; Secretary of Freshman 
and Sophomore Classes. 



OLIN EDENS 
Georgetown 

Major: Chemistry; Student Assistant 
in Chemistry; Tutor in Inorganic 
Lab.; Organic Lab. Instructor; Amer- 
ican Student Union ; Science Society, 
Pres. '36'37. 



MARGARET FAUBION 
Georgetown 

Major: English; Sigma Tau Delta; 
Alpha Chi ; English Club. 



LEONARD PAUL FERGESON 
Georgetown 

Major: Dramatic Literature; Kappa 
Alpha, Pres. '36-'37; Pan-American 
Forum; Golf Team; Pan Hellenic; 
Philosophy Club; Mask and Wig, 
Pres. '35-'3G; National Collegiate 
Players; Junior Class, Pres.; Student 
Assistant in Speech; Yell Leader. 



FRANCES FOX 
Granger 

Major: English; Delta Delta Delta; 
University Honor Council; Student 
Assistant in English; Student Asso- 
ciation Secretary; Miss Southwestern 
'37; Pep Squad; Spanish Club; Wo 
men's Athletic Association; English 
Club; Philosophy Club; Mask "and 
Wig; Music Club; Student-Faculty 
Relations Committee. 



RICHARD GAMMENTHALER 
Edcouch 

Major: Economics; German Club 
President; Barb Executive Council; 
Band; Freshman Football; University 
Honor Council; Senate; Mood Hall 
Honor Council. 



OSCAR HAMILTON 
Richards 



Major: Chemistry- 
Science Society. 



Alpha ; 



LA VERGE HARKEY 
Denver, Colo. 



Junior Class. 



LUTHER HILL 
Hillsboro 

Major: Bible and Religion; Ministerial 
Association; Choir. 









SENIORS 



ALEXANDRIA LEHMBERG 
Georgetown 

Major: Public School Music; Mozart 
Society; Student Assistant in Educa- 
tion ; Library Assistant ; Delta Delta 
Delta; Pep Squad; Sports Club. 



ORVILLE McDANIEL 
Mart 

Major: Chemistry; Kappa Alpha; 
Science Society; Freshman Football; 
Senate; Mood Hall Honor Council; 
University Honor Council, Pres. '36. 



ARVILLA McVEY 
Palo Pinto 

Major: Speech; Mask and Wig; Eng- 
lish Club; French Club; Choir; Sports 
Club; Campus-Church Pielations Com- 
mittee. 



HARMON MEIXNER 
Paint Rock 

Major: Bible and Religion; Minister- 
ial Association. 



ANN MORGAN 
Corpus Christi 

Major: Dramatic Literature; Sports 
Club, Pres. '35-'36; Pi Gamma Mu; 
Pep Squad; Women's Athletic Coun- 
cil; Mask and Wig; National Colleg- 
iate Players; Student Assistant in 
Physical Education; Night Hall Super- 
visor in Women's Building; Assistant 
to Dean of Women. 



ELIZABETH PALM 
Georgetown 

Major: Economics and Sociology j Pi 
Gamma Mu ; Student Assistant in 
Education ; German Club. 



CAROLYN POWERS 
Overton 

Major: English; Delta Delta Delta; 
Mask and Wig; National Collegiate 
Players; Women's Building Honor 
Council; Student Senate; Mozart So- 
ciety; Pi Gamma Mu. 



Major: 
Kappa 
Honor 
Footbaj 



NORMAN K. PRESLEY 
El Campo 

Economics and Sociology; 



Sigma; Senate; Mood Hall 
Council; "S" Association; 



EUNICE RADER 
Florence 

Major: English; Pi Gamma Mu , 
Spanish Club; English Club; Philos- 
ophy Club. 



OBERA RICHEY 
Hamilton 

Major: English; English Club; Pep 
Squad; Sports Club; Pan-American 
Forum; Women's "S" Association; 
Women's Building Honor Council; 
Senate; Senior Class, Sec.-Treas. 




COMPTON RILEY 
Hughes Spring 
Major: Economics and Sociology; 
Student Senate; University Honor 
Council; Mood Hall Honor Council; 
Ministerial Association, Vice-Pres. 
'37 ; Student's Association, Vice-Pres. 
'36; Inter-Collegiate Debate. 



SENIORS 

NELL SHIVERS 
Crockett 

Major: English; Delta Delta Delta, 
Pres. '37; Student Senate; Miss 
Southwestern '36; Women's Building 
Honor Council, Pres. '37 ; Pan Hel- 
lenic, Pres. '36 ; Student Assistant in 
English; Pep Squad; Spanish Club; 
English Club, Vice-Pres. '37; Phil- 
osophy Club; Women's Athletic As- 
sociation; Mask and Wig; Choir; Al- 
pha Chi. 



EDITH STARNES 
Weir 

Major: Spanish; English Club; Span- 
ish Club; Library Staff. 



EDWIN T. SUMMERS 
Fort Worth 

Major: Economics and Sociology; 
Ministerial Association, Pres. '37 ; 
Student Senate; Progressive Demo- 
crats. 



VERNON THAMES 
Kenedy 

Major: Economics; Kappa Alpha; 
French Club; Spanish Club; Univer- 
sity Honor Council; Magazine Staff. 



CLYDE EDWARD THOMAS 
Maypearl 

Major: Bible and Religion; Alpha 
Chi; Pi Gamma Mu ; Philosophy Club; 
French Club; American Student Un- 
ion; Ministerial Association, Sec. '36. 



MAX TRIPLETT 
Hillsboro 

Major: Speech and Dramatic Litera- 
ture; Science Society; Mask and Wig; 
Inter-Collegiate Debate; Mood Hall 
Honor Council; Senate; Ministerial 
Association; Headwaiter ; German 
Club. 



B. A. TSCHOERNER 
Jarrell 
Major: Mathematics; Science Society; 
Spanish Club. 






FRANCES SCHUESSLER 
SCHMIDT 
Jarrell 
Major: Sociology and Economics; Al- 
pha Chi; Pi Gamma Mu. 



H. GORDON VAN SICKLE 
Beeville 

Major: Philosophy; Sigma Tau Delta; Pi Gamma Mu ; 
Philosophy Club; Inter-Collegiate Debate; Ministerial 
Association; Student Association, Pres. '37; Progressive 
Democrats, Pres. '36; American Student Union, Pres. 
'37; Pres. Junior Class '36; Mood Hall Honor Council; 
Barb Executive Council; Faculty-Student Relations Com- 
mittee, Campus-Church Relationship Committee; Stu- 
dent Assistant in English; Student Assistant in Phil- 
osophy; Permanent President, Senior Class '37. 




SENIORS 



MAYDE MARIE WADDELL 
Rosenberg 

English; Zeta Tau Alpha; Art 



Majn 
Club 



English Club; Mozart Society. 



WHITEHEAD WARDLAW 
Del Rio 

Major; Business Administration ; Kap- 
pa Sigma, Pres. '37 ; Student Associa- 
tion, Vice-Pres. '37 ; Spanish Club, 
National Governor and Pres. '37, 
President Senior Class '37. 



ELIZABETH WHITTENBERG 
Georgetown 

Major: English; English Club. 



LAWRENCE WILKINSON 
Katy 

Major: Chemistry; Science Society, 
Sec.-Treas. '36 ; Vice-Pres. from 
Chemistry '37; Freshman Football; 
American Student Union; Philosophy 
Club; Biology Tutor; Southwestern 
Chorus; Student Assistant in Bindery. 



KENNETH WILCOX 
Georgetown 

Major: History; Pan-A raeric 
Forum; Band; Orchestra. 



WALTER RABB WILLIS 
Giddings 

Major: Bible and Education; Phi Del- 
ta Theta ; Ministerial Association, 
Pres. '34; Philosophy Club; Inter-Coi- 
legiate Debate. 



Maim 
Staff; 



EUTHA WINFREY 
Georgetown 

Spanish; Music Club; Library 
Spanish Club, Sec. 



FLORENCE WOMACK 
Corpus Christi 

Major: English; English Club; French 
Club; Pep Squad; University Chorus; 
Mozart Society; University Honor 
Council; University Orchestra; Music 
Club, Sec. ; Sou'Wester Beaut y ; 
Sports Club. 



WOODROW WYATT 

Georgetown 

Major: Chemistry; Alpha Chi, Vice- 
Pres.; Science Society; German Club; 
Pres. Senior Class '36; Philosophy 
Club, Vice-Pres. '37; Tutor in Chem- 
istry. 



MARGARET WYNNE 
Hillsboro 

Major: English; English Club; French 
Club; Delta Delta Delta; Student As 
sistant in English. 







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LOIS MORGAN LAWLER, M. A. 



CORPUS CHRISTI 
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JUNIORS 



Thomas Baldwin, Houston 



Sara Barcus, Clarendon 



Vivian Bateman, Orange 



Rudolf Becker, Brenham 



H. B. Benold, Georgetown 



Oscar Benold, Georgetown 



Sidney B'ackburn, Beaumont 



John Francis Blum, Taylor 



R. H. Boyd, Fort Worth 



Maurice Brundige, Granger 




JUNIORS 



Maxine Busshart, Conroe 



Francis Butler, Rusk 



Anne Callaway, Crockett 



Jones Callaway, Temple 



Kenneth Clover, Alamo 



Lee Roy Condrey, Mount Vernon 



Ray Couser, Uvalde 



Edwina Darsey, Grapeland 



Helen Davis, Georgetown 



Richard Dromgoole, Karnes Cily 







JUNIORS 



Kinnear Earl, El Campo 



George Endicott, San Antonio 



Thell Everitt, Edinburg 



Earl Fisk, Murchison 



James Fowler, Georgetown 



Waller Fredrickson, Weir 



Bernice Gaines, Coleman 



Albert Gould, Taylor 



Lois Haney, Florence 



Edith Huitt, Beaumont 




JUNIORS 



Ruth Leggeti, Livingston 



Elmo Lewis, Georgetown 



Carmen Long, Oilton 

Katherine McNutt, Claysville, Pa. 
Sue Maness Moore, Childress 



James Mann, Beaumont 



Doris Evelyn May, Georgetown 



Freeman Mays, Wharton 



Gregory Meyer, Georgetown 



Maud Montgomery, Orange 







JUNIORS 



Russell Moore, Vernon 



Hershel Orr, West Columbia 



Jesse Perry, Georgetown 



Thomas Bell Popejoy, Groesbeck 



George Rader, Angleton 



Warren Roberts, Junction 



Walter Simmons, Coleman 



Arline Smith, Port Arthur 



Chester Steele, Huntington 



Jewel Strong, Carthage 




JUNIORS 



Virginia Sullivan, El Paso 



Demar Therrell, Marshall 



Bernice Tullos, Henderson 



Roy Tyner, Kerens 



Edwin Vinther, Georgetown 



Elizabeth Walden, Crockett 



Allene Walker. Hutto 



Lura Ward, Oakwood 



Ralph Watson, Salado 



Ross Wilder, Taylor 



SOPHOMORES 



Harold Atkinson 

Georgetown 



Raymond Black 

Georgetown 



Thomas Blake 

Galveston 



Jane Brown 

Georgetown 



Jane Burcham 

Georgetown 



Portia Burns 

Corpus Christi 



Cole Butler 

Rusk 

Rachael Edwards Butler 

San Antonio 



George Carter 

Port Arthur 



Melvin Cecil 

Neches 



Ted Crowther 

San Antonio 



Frances Darsey 

Grapeland 



Clyde Davidson 

Leander 



Jo Davidson 

Georgetown 







SOPHOMORES 














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Marvin Davis 

Stephenville 



Estine Dorward 

Snyder 



Chester Dunn 

Nixon 



Mildred Durst 

Art 



Ellagene Eanes 

Georgetown 



Mary Lena Edens 

Corrigan 



Sybil Ellis 

Rusk 



Alvin Ericson 

Georgetown 



Mary Evans 

Dallas 



James Ferguson 

Marshall 



Mrs. Bryan Fox 

Granger 

Mary Virginia Garlichs 

Buckholts 



Billy Gayle 

Beeville 



Howard Gillum 

Georgetown 



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SOPHOMORES 



Joe Gude 

Corpus Christi 

Robert Earle Hackbarth 

Sealy 



Jessie Lee Harrell 

Runge 



John Harrell 

Georgetown 



Georgia Lee Harris 

Harlingen 

Adeline Herman 

McAllen 



Elizabeth Hinnant Ross 

Laredo 

Bess Hodges 

Georgetown 



Jack Hodges 

Georgetown 



Martha Cecil Hood 

Alvin 



Fulton Horn 

Smilhville 



Billy Hover 

Sealy 



D. L. Jameson 

Houston 




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Louise Johnson 

Georgetown 


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SOPHOMORES 




Helen Juby 

Briggs 



Philip Knipp 

Raymondville 



Richard Lesesne 

Middleton 



Ward Lowe 

Lometa 



Lanette Liese 

Georgetown 



William McCarty 

Bartlett 



Joe McCook 

Georgetown 

Mary Martha McKinnon 

Georgetown 



Linnie May 

Georgetown 



Briggs Morgan 

Waco 



N. E. Nil son 

El Campo 



Houston Pennington 

Georgetown 



Lillian Peterson 

Georgetown 



Jane Porter 

Temple 



SOPHOMORES 



Joyce Price 

Georgetown 



Thomas Purl 

Georgetown 



Douglas Puryear 

Donna 



Eugene Rader 

Florence 



Wesley Ragsdale 

Hamilton 



James Scott Robbins 

Reagan 



Robert Robinson 

Spring 



Martha Rockett 

Caldwell 



Glen Rorie 

St. Joseph, Missouri 

Conrad Saegert 

Killeen 



Marga:et Salyer 

Weir 



Loraine Saxon 

Corrigan 



Charles Schauer 

Mason 



Charlene Shaw 

Georgetown 







SOPHOMORES 







Iris Shults 

May 



Rose Mae Spacek 

Granger 



William Starnes 

Gladewater 



Norman Stafford 

Texas City 








Mary Margaret Towle 

Snyder 



Eskel Tatum 

Waco 



Wynette Story 

Ennis 



Marion Towns 

Georgetown 



Frances Ward 

Nixon 



Mary Kathryn Walker 

Lampasas 



Dorothy Whiteside 

El Campo 



Adelyn Winton 

Kirbyville 




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Mary Woodson 

Caldwell 



Adeline Zindler 

Schwertner 




FRESHMEN 

Jack Allen, Gustine 

Nadye Bell Anthony, Wharton 

Robert Barney, Ennis 

Oscar M. Beaver, Florence 

Arthur Beckwith, Progreso 
Korea Benold, Georgetown 

Carl Bergquist, Jr., Georgetown 

William R. Boehle, Waxahachie 

Vernon Booth, San Benito 

Verlynn Bonner, McAllen 
Newell Boyd, Fort Worth 

Leon Brady, Weir 

Dorothy Brandes, Freeport 

Ruth Brannies, Industry 

Louis Bremer, La Grange 



FRESHMEN 



Lilct B. Brown, Mathis 

Mary Ellen Brule, Navasota 

Mildred Cannan, Angleton 

Mary Louise Clagett, Donna 

Angelien Cobble, Rusk 

Leslie Cook, Eastland 

Oliver Cole, Flatonia 

Sam Crowther, San Antonio 

Ruth Corder, Gladewater 

Harold Craft, Corpus Christi 

James Daniel, Georgetown 

Mrs. Wilma Dawson, Georgetown 

Albert Dickie, Gatesville 

Gladys Eason, Waco 

Charles M. Eckles, Luling 





FRESHMEN 

Annie Maurine Hanson, Taylor 

Margaret Harrison, Humble 

Edgar Heartfield, Beaumont 

Paul Henderson, El Campo 

John B. Henry, Charlotte 
John Afton Hewell, Jr., Nixon 

Rowland Holbert, Granger 

Allen Horslmann, Cameron 

Tommye Houston, Granger 

Catherine Howard, Moody 
Rosamond Howard, Georgetown 

Willie B. Isaacs, Georgetown 

William Earl Johnston, Temple 

Hazel Jordan, Mason 

Bob Knight, San Antonio 



FRESHMEN 



Luther Edwards, Weslaco 

Suzanne Eldridge, Floydada 

Wellington Farley, Jonah 

Ted Fehr, Lockhart 

Gussie Vivian Forister, Lytton 

Virginia Forwood, Taylor 

George W. Foster, Calvert 

Billie Lou Fulkes, Liberty Hill 

Ruth Furr, Housion 

Howell Gaddy, Lampasas 

Florence Gammenthaler, Liberty Hill 

William Godbey, Georgetown 

Joseph Gose, Corpus Christi 

Allen Grobe, Weimar 

M. L. Hansard, El Campo 





FRESHMEN 

Shelby Knudsen, Ganctdo 

Dean Laughlin, West Columbia 

Doris Lawhon, Beaumont 

Irene Lawhon, Moody 

Lee Lawrence, Taylor 
Pat Lee, McAllen 

Seth Ward Lehmberg, Georgetown 

Carl Liese, Jr., Georgetown 

Darrell Lochte, Kerrville 

Eugene Lott, Lott 
Ernest Luke, Weslaco 

Hobby McCall, Conroe 

Allen McCormick, Florence 

Madge Emily McCormick, Florence 

Nathan McDonald, Killeen 



FRESHMEN 

William McGill, Luling 

Grace McKinney, Wortham 

John B. McKinnon, Georgetown 

Kenneth McLellan, Donna 

Phil Magee, Robstown 

Louise Maier, Fredericksburg 

Julia Meinert, Columbus 

R. D. Meyers, Gatesville 

Raymond Miller, Temple 

John Lewis Morelle, Georgetown 

Lonnie Morgan, Waco 

Henry T. Myers, Glen Flora 

Vernon Myers, Talt 

Horace Neilson, McKinney 

Mildred Nilson, El Campo 





FRESHMEN 

Carruth Palmer, Yoakum 

Matholee Patrick, Georgetown 

Evangeline Patterson, Georgetown 

La Vaughn Perry, Lampasas 

Irvin Peterman, Fredericksburg 
Kathryn Porter, Kenedy 

Madeline Pratt, Galveston 

Malvina Price, Georgetown 

Fred Purl, Georgetown 

Clellia Reese, Waco 
James Edgar Robbins, Weir 

Curtis Robertson, Georgetown 

Milton Robinson, El Paso 

Erie Nell Roller, Ennis 

Rachel Rucker, Madisonville 



FRESHMEN 

Sara Nell Savage, Caldwell 

Leighton Smith, Lampasas 

Velma Lou Smith, Montgomery 

Edward Stanford, Waxahachie 

Nixie Stephens, Hearne 

Bernice Sterling, Galveston 

Charlotte Ann Sterling, Anahuac 

Nellie Frances Sterling, Houston 

Gladys Stromberg, Hutto 

Gilbert Swanzey, Weslaco 

Betty Taylor, Georgetown 

Juanita Thomas, Gause 

Leslie Thompson, Katy 

Vivian Tipton, Houston 

Billy Turner, Crockett 








FRESHMEN 

James Tyree, Corpus Chris ii 

Nathan Waldrop, Lampasas 

Mary Wardlaw, Del Rio 

Teddye Wardlaw, Ballinger 

Walter Wardlaw, Del Rio 
Edward Warren, Conroe 

Allison Weir, Weir 

Velma Lou Weir, Weir 

Cornelia Wetzel, Freeport 

Louise White, Camden, Arkansas 

Howard Wilkinson, Katy 
Edna Florence Wilson, Moody 

Betty Jane Wise, Galveston 

Wynell Woodall, Big Spring 

Sara Young, Galveston 

Henry Whittenberg, McAllen 

Tommy Wilkes, Nacona 



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Just above we have five ot the glowing beauties for which Southwestern is justly 
famous — the upper left hand we see groups of students at work on the science of 
economics as portrayed by the game monopoly and as prescribed by Professor 
Williams — then students snapped in classes — top right, the editor of the magazine 
wasting his time — below, Mr. Dromgoole busy studying the relation of Kant to the 
Cambridge Platonists. 









In the snow of a cold, cold winter — glancing hither, thither, and yon, we see — 
the current infatuation of Ellis and Edwards — they're pushing Thell around just be- 
cause they're bigger than she is — You can see the frolicing Tri Delts all around the 
page — below in the right hand corner, the ever constant combination of Triplett and 
Carpenter — and three little barbs on the wet sidewalk — no wonder Herman is so little, 
being mashed like that. 



If you haven't seen those trees that grow upside down back of the Ad Building, visit them before 
you leave — four Barb people fixed for cold weather — Some more Barbs below — and then Mr. Marsh 
posing for a snapshot — at which time both the snapshooter and the snapshotee were shot, with a 
camera that time. 










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This is nothing but a lot of hooey — Tom Johnson's stooges preparing the sets and advertising mater- 
ial for the Pigskin Review — Just a bunch of artists in the upper left — all posed for a publicity picture 
next, with Tom's face hidden — Then Story smiles because he knew all the time they wouldn't sell any 
tickets — a rousing drinking scene from ihe production "She Stoops to Conquer"' — A lady chemist at 
work, we always wonder how girls could stand to get those smelly chemicals all over their fingers — 
The one and only picture of the Barb dance — shcwi ng Harold Craft and Florence Womack, the Barb 
Beauty, Governor Ferguson with Franette Brockette. 




TOM JOHNSON'S PIRATE SWING BAND 



Front row: N. Boyd, Becker, Lee, Lanier, Booth, Director Tom Johnson, Tyree, Boehle, 
Perkinson, Storey, Robertson, R. H. Boyd. 

Second row: Robinson, Caswell, Gaddy, Calloway, McClellan, Turner, Horstmann, 
Edwards. 

Back row: Cook, Beaver, McCall, Gude. 



Pirate Swingsters under ihe direction of that diminutive master of swing, Tom 
Johnson, assisted by Romping "Rollo" Storey, panicked the Southwestern crowds for 
the entire season of '36 and '37. Bo:h productions of the "Pigskin Parade" enjoyed 
huge successes. Our hats are sincerely off to Johnson, Storey, Perk, and the boys for 
their mastery of modern swingtime. We'll never forget Perk's rendition of "Sugar Blues". 



ALPHA CHI 




Mrs. Ferguson 

Dr. Granbery 
Mrs. McKennon 

Durv/ard Bailey 

Margaret Faubion 
Dorothy Davidson 

Woodrow Wyatt 

Iola Bowden 
Nell Shivers 

Doris Evelyn May 
' ,'^gjj Frances Schmidt 

Roy Tyner 

. Anthony Cecil 



Eunice Rader 



Ralph Watson 



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OFFICERS 

Durward Bailey President 

Woodrow Wyatt . . . Vice-President 
Dorothy Davidson .... Secretary 



Gregory Meyer 

Clyde Thomas 

Lois Morgan Lawler 

Lilla Bessonette 



FACULTY SPONSORS 

Dr. Howard Dr. Granbery 

Mrs. Ferguson 



Election to the Alpha Chi, national collegiate honor society is the highest honor 
Southwestern University can give to its undergraduates. It is composed of not more 
than ten per cent of the Junior and Senior classes whose scholastic average is ninety 
or above. 






SCIENCE SOCIETY 



Dr. Godbey 



Dr. Ullrich 



Dr. Milne 
Professor Wapple 



Mr. Lesesene 



Dr. Tipton 
Mr. Clarke 
Mr. Bruton 



May 



Tyner 

Bailey 

Meyer 

Fowler 

Schauer 

Tschoerner 

Godbey 

Tyree 



Edens 



Hamilton 



Mr. Dunn 



Wilkinson — 



Byrd 



Triplett 



Bessonette 



Brundige 



McDaniels 



Watson 



Wyatt 



Ragsdale 



Harrell 



Garlichs 



Atkinson 



Morgan 



Gude 



Dunn 



Hodges 



Johnson 



Gose 



OFFICERS 

Olin Edens President 

Lawrence Wilkinson, Chemistry 

Department .... Vice-President 
Lilla Bessonette, Biology 

Department .... Vice-President 
Durward Bailey, Mathematics 

Department .... Vice-President 
Doris Evelyn May .... Secretary 
Roy Tyner Treasurer 




A dWuai 



The Science Society is an organization of advanced science students and members 
of the faculty who are interested in the promotion of science and the fostering of a 
scientific spirit in the lives of individuals. 



SIGMA TAU DELTA 




Dr. Howard 



Mrs. Ferguson 

Mrs. McKennon 



Dean Henry Meyer 

Mr. Gray 

Van Sickle 

Roberts 



Faubion 



Dromgoole 



Barcus 



Bessonette 



McKinnon 



Scarbrough 



Bailey 



Popejoy 



Bergin 



Zindler 



Rentfro 






OFFICERS 

Durward Bailey President 

Thomas Bell Popejoy . Vice-President 
Dorothy Davidson . Secretary-Treasurer 



FACULTY SPONSORS 
Dr. Howard Mrs. Ferguson 



Sigma Tau Delta is a national writer's fraternity which is composed of those 
students and members of the faculty who do creative writing. This society sponsors 
the production of creative literature on Southwestern's campus. 



PI GAMMA MU 



Dr. Granbery 



Mr. Kidd 



Dr. Gray 



Mr. Hester 



Barnett 
Carpenter 



Mr. Williams 



Cecil 



Benold 



Davidson 



3rundige 



Rader 



McNutt 



Palm 



Robbins 



Thomas 



Mann 



Bailey 



Roberts 



Barcus 



Morgan 



Power:: 



Van Sickle 




OFFICERS 

Anthony Cecil President 

Wilbur J. Barnett . . . Vice-President 
Eileen Carpenter . Secretary-Treasurer 



Dr. Granbery is Chancellor of the Southwestern Region and a Contributing Editor 
to Social Science, the official magazine. 

Dr. Ullrich is Governor of the Texas Province. 

Pi Gamma Mu is a national Social Science honor society which stresses high 
scholastic rating and aptitude in the fields of the various social sciences. The society 
seeks to bring the collective findings of all the social sciences to bear upon the 
solution of all human problems. 



PAN AMERICAN FORUM 




Miss Morgan 

Wise 



Leggett 



Cole 



Brule 



Rader 



Starnes 



Winfrey 



Wardlaw 



T. Wardlaw 



Dorward 



Lawhon 



D. Lawhon 



McKinnon 



Roller 



Harrell 



J. D. Harrell 



Clover 



Atkinson 



Harris 



Salyer 



Ward 



Sullivan 



Bishop 



Fox 



Hodges 



Houston 



Strcmberg 



Rucker 



Robinson 



McKinnon 






OFFICERS 

John D. Harrell President 

Carmen Long .... Vice-President 

Eutha Winfrey Secretary 

Edith Starnes Treasurer 



The Pan American Forum is an international organization of students who are 
interested in promoting a spirit of friendship among the Americas. The local chapter 
is composed of Spanish students who have a high average in the study of the 
language. Dink Wardlaw is a regional governor of the Forum. 



LE CERCLE FRANCAIS 



Dr. Rowe 
Perkinson 



May 



Bailey 



Brundige 



Porier 



Davidson 



Herman 



Sohns 



Steele 



Smith 



Spacek 



Story 



Brown 



Rentfro 



McVey 



Win ton 



Womack 



Burcham 



Shaw 



Popejoy 



Wynne 



Thames 



Eanes 



Thomas 



Blum 



GERMAN CLUB 

Gammenthaler 



Becker 



Liese 



Jordan 



Wyatt 
Schauer 



Wilkinson 



Triplett 
Lehmberg 



Durst 



F. Gammenthaler 
Ericson 
Robinson 
Peterman 
Towns 




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LE CERCLE FRANCIAS GERMAN CLUB 

OFFICERS OFFICERS 

Guy Lee Perkinson .... President Richard Gammenthaler . . President 

Doris Evelyn May . . . Vice-President Hazel Jordan .... Vice-President 

Jo Davidson Reporter Rudolf Becker . . Secretary-Treasurer 

Dr. Rowe sponsors these clubs for the purpose of stimulating interest in the 
languages. This is the first time in several years that the students of these languages 
have been as active in such club work. 







MASK AND WIG 

Mr. Marsh 



Earcus 



Blackburn 



Corder 



Davis 



banes 



Fox 



Gaines 



Herman 



Meyer 



Adams 



Bateman 



Berauist 



Dickie 



Baldwin 



Brown 



Burns 



Ferguson 



Davidson 



Ellis 



Grobe 



Hood 



Hodges 



Darsey 



Evans 



Carter 



Jameson 



Howard 



Barnett 

Burcham 

Carpenter 

Foster 

Dorward 

Everitt 

Forwood 

Lowe 

Huitt 
Miller 



OFFICERS 

Jane Brown President 

Allen Grobe Vice-President 

Adelyn Winton . . Secretary-Treasurer 
Sidney T. Blackburn Business Manager 
Mrs. Maurine Underwood . . Director 



A select group of the Mask and Wig constitute a chapter of the National Colleg- 
iate Players. The aims of the organization are to increase the resources of Southwestern 
University in dramatic leadership, to raise standards and appreciation of dramatic 
art, and to give opportunity for dramatic expression to the students of the schaal. 



MASK AND WIG 



Palmer 



Stafford 



Jamison 



Triplett 



McKinney 



May 



Popejoy 



Wilder 



Wilkes 



Liese 



Maier 



Porter 



Powers 



M. Price 



Reese 



Shivers 



Smith 




McCall 



McVey 



Price 



Stephens 



N. Sterling 



B. Sterling 



C. Sterling 



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Walker 



Ward 



Winton 



Shaw- 



Roller 



Spacek 



Tullos 



Woodson 



OFFICERS OF NATIONAL COLLEGIATE 
PLAYERS 

Carolyn Powers President 

Leonard Ferguson . . Vice-President 
Eileen Carpenter . Secretary-Treasurer 




MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 




Hill 



Cecil 



Riley 



Summers 



Van Sickle 



Thomas 



Triplett 



Meixner 



Willis 



jtb ji^^i 



Tatum 



Steele 



Strong 







Con drey 



Blackburn 



Blake 




£ \ /*"**>' Johnson 



Cole 



Wilkinson 



Cose 



OFFICERS 

Edwin Summers President 

Compton Riley .... Vice-President 
Eskel Tatum . . . Secretary-Treasurer 



This is a body of earnest young men who have pledged to devote their life to 
the Church and its work. They have done much to foster a Christian spirit on the 
campus. 



INTER-COLLEGE 
DEBATE 



Mr. Marsh 



Willis 



Riley 



Tripled 



Stanford 



Miller 



Heartfield 



Dorward 



Porter 



McVey 



Blake 




The Southwestern debaters have had a season which any school might well envy. 
They attended five major tournaments and participated in 60 debates with other 
colleges. The first team, composed of Willis and Stanford, attended three tournaments, 
went to the semi-finals in two tournaments and the quarter-finals in the third. They 
took part in 27 debates, winning 19 and losing only 8 decisions. On April 8 Baylor 
University sent a team to Georgetown; Southwestern made this the occasion of her 
third consecutive victory over Baylor this year, keeping our slate 100 per cent clear 
against our neighbors for the season. 

Willis also won a first place cup in after-dinner speaking and a first place medal 
in extemporaneous speaking. 




Gordon Van Sickle 
President 



Whitehead "Dink" Wardlaw 
Vice-President 



Frances "Fanny" Fox 
Secretary 









STUDENT COUNCIL 



The Student's Association comprises every regularly registered student of South- 
western University. The constitution of the Association provides for the organization, 
officers, officers of the student publications, and the Honor System. The Honor Syslem 
controlled by the Student's Association, presumes that every student is a lady or a 
gentleman and expects each student to act as such while he or she is in the University. 
The Student's Association serves to unify and govern the many campus activities. 



... 



STUDENT SENATE 



Black 



Winton 



Hood 



Powers 



McDaniels 



Crowiher 



Orr 



Gude 



Stafford 



Montgomery 



F. Mays 



Triplett 



Mays 



Tyner 



Clover 



Magee 



Craft 



Van Sickle 



A. Smith 



Shivers 



Riley 



Endicott 



Summers 



Byrd 



Gould 



Fox 




The Student Senate is the governing body of the Student's Association and is 
elected from the four classes and the honor councils. Its duties are to receive reports 
from the officers of the various publications and to choose nominees for the student 
offices. 



UNIVERSITY HONOR COUNCIL 




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Endicott 



Fox 



May 



Womack 



Blum 



Morgan 



McDaniels 



Blackburn 



Dorward 



Orville McDaniels 
President 



The University Honor Council has jurisdiction over the actions of the students 
when they are outside the dormitories. It serves as a guide to the students when they 
are in trouble and as a judge when the rules and regulations of the honor system 
have been broken. This body is chosen from the upper three classes. 






WOMEN'S BUILDING HONOR COUNCIL 



Carpenter 



Richey 



Winton 



Shivers 



Story 




Smith 



Montgomery 



Powers 




Nell Shivers 
President 



The Women's Building Honor Council is the govern- 
ing body of the girls in the Women's Building; it deals 
with the problems as they arise as they see fit. 



MOOD HALL HONOR COUNCIL 




George Endicott, President 



Endicott 



Riley 



McDaniels 



Mays 



Tyner 



Presley 



Van Sickle 



Triplett 



The Mood Honor Council sees that the honor system 
is adhered to by the students living in Mood Hall. 



SNYDER HALL HONOR 
COUNCIL 

Norman Stafford, President 



Stafford 



Gude 



Becker 



Waldrop 



Robinson 



if 



This newly organized body performs the duties for 
Snyder Hall as the Mood Hall Honor Council does for 

Mood Hall. 



SOUTHWESTERN MAGAZINE 



Durv/ard Bailey 

Editor — Business Manager 



Raymond Miller 

Associate Business Manager 



Thomas Bell Popejoy 
Editor-Elect 



Norman Stafford 

Business Manager-Elect 



Barnett 

Commentator 



James Scott Robbins 
Associate Editor 



Richard Dromgoole 
Associate Editor 



Warren Roberts 
Associate Editor 




The Southwestern Magazine has been ably edited this year under the direction 
of Durward Bailey of Cotulla. Bailey has given the students a monthly college comic 
of high rank. The Magazine affords an opportunity for the students to publish their 
creative work as well as their non-creative work. 




Warren Roberts 
Editor and Editor-Elect 






THE SOU'WESTER STAFF 



The Sou'Wester, the yearbook of Southwestern Uni- 
versity attempts to give a pictorial record of the highlights 
of the school year. 




Richard Dromgoole 

Business Manager 
and Business Manager-Elect 



"Scotty" Robbins 
Associate Editor 



Durward Bailey 
Associate Editor 



Sidney Blackburn 

Associate Business Manager 



Don Scarbrough 
Sports Editor 




THE MEGAPHONE STAFF 



The Megaphone is the weekly campus sheet. It re- 
ports the doings in and around the school, and thus gives 
the students an opportunity to get training in the writing 
and editing of news articles. This is Don's third year as 
Editor of the publication. 



Don Scarbrough 

Editor 
and Editor Elect 





Albert Gould 

Business Manager 

and Business Manager Elect 




Arline Smith 
Associate Editor 



Estine Dorward 
Sorority Reporter 



Thomas Bell Popejoy 
Fraternity Reporter 



Mary Martha McKinnon 
Assistant Editor 




SPORTS CLUB 



Morgan 



Zindler 



Furr 



4/ ,. to 



Richey 



Corder 



-brister 



Howard 



Hood 



Meinert 



Sullivan 



Hanson 



Spacek 



Darsey 



Jamison 



Juby 



Shults 



May 



Clagett 



Long 



Harris 



Womack 



Patrick 



Wise 



■ins 






FALL SEMESTER 

Ann Morgan President 

Martha Cecil Hood . . Vice-President 
Rosamond Howard Secretary-Treasurer 
Carmen Long Reporter 



SPRING SEMESTER 
Rosamond Howard .... President 
Adeline Zindler . . . Vice-President 
Julia Meinert . . Secretary-Treasurer 
Virginia Sullivan Reporter 



Mrs. L. A. Hammond . Faculty Sponsor 

MEMBERS 
Ann Morgan, Martha Cecil Hood, Rosamond Howard, Carmen Long, Adeline 
Zindler, Julia Meinert, Virginia Sullivan, Georgia Lee Harris, Ruth Furr, Annie Maurine 
Hanson, Rose Mae Spacek, Florence Womack, Obera Richey, Frances Darsey, Louise 
Jamison, Mathole Patrick, Ruth Evelyn Corder, Helen Juby, Iris Shults, Betty Jane Wise, 
Gussie Forister, Linnie May, Frances French, Mary Louise Clagett. 

The Sports Club purposes to provide opportunities to increase knowledge, skill, 
and appreciation of all the sports. 



Smith 



Eurcham 



Butler 



Rockett 



Waddell 



ZETA TAU ALPHA 



Eanes 



Winton 



Edens 



Leggetl 



Saxon 



Bateman 




Founded 1898, Farmersville, Virginia 
Lambda Installed 1906 
Colors: Turquoise Blue and Steel Gray 
Flower: White Violet 



Sorores in Universitate: Arline Smith, Ellagene Eanes, Jane Burcham, Adelyn 
Winton, Rachael Butler, Mary Lena Edens, Mary Evans, Ruth Leggett, Martha Rockett, 
Loraine Saxon, Mayde Marie Waddell. 



ZETA TAU ALPHA 




Barcus 



Huitt 



Lawhon 



McKinney 



Porter 



Pratt 



;avage 



Nixon 



Sterling, B. 



Sterling, N. 



Sterling, C. 



Ward 



Woodson 



Pledges: Vivian Baieman, Sara Barcus, Edith Huitt, Doris Lawhon, Grace McKin- 
ney, Jane Porter, Madeline Pratt, Sara Nell Savage, Nixie Stephens, Bernice Sterling, 
Charlotte Anne Sterling, Nellie Frances Sterling, Lura Ward, Mary Woodson. 

Patronesses: Mrs. F. E. Bucholtz, Mrs. C. S. Griffith, Mrs. R. A. Nichols, Mrs. E. G. 
Gillett, Mrs. W. J. Davis, Mrs. R. W. Tinsley, Mrs. G. W. Johns, Mrs. D. W. Wilcox, 
Mrs. W. J. Burcham, Mrs. R. J. Stone, Mrs. E. H. Eanes, Mrs. Van C. Tipton. 

Sorores in Urbe: Tulla Lee Stone, Frances Stone, Lucille Eanes, Frances Tinsley, 
Mrs. James Fowler. 



ALPHA DELTA PI 



Founded 1851, Macon, Georgia 
Colors: Blue and White 
Flower: Violet 



Sorores in Universitate: Jane Brown, La Verge Harkey, Louise Johnson, Maud 
Montgomery, Wynette Story. 



Harkey 



Brown 



Story 



Montgomery 



Johnson 



Cannan 



E. Dorsey 



F. Dorsey 



Corder 




WmkM; 



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ALPHA DELTA PI 



Ectson 



Hodges 



McKinnon 



Stromberg 



Tullos 



Gaines 



Maier 



Paterson 



Thomas 



Woodall 



Sorores in Urbe: Mrs. Roy Richardson, Mrs. Emmet Cook, Mrs. Henry Price, Mrs. 
Etha Flanagen, Mrs. C. H. Harris, W. P. Hoffman, Mrs. Walter Young, Mrs. S. S. 
Sanders, Miss Agnes Wilcox, Miss Molly Davis, Miss Honnie Wright, Mrs. Milton 
Dindell. 

Pledges: Mildred Cannan, Ruth Evelyn Corder, Edwina Dorsey, Frances Dorsey, 
Gladys Eason, Bernice Gaines, Bess Hodges, Louise Maier, Mary Martha McKinnon, 
Evangeline Patterson, Gladys Stromberg, Juanita Thomas, Bernice Tullos, Wynell 
Woodall. 



DELTA DELTA DELTA 



Barnes 



Davidson, D. 



Fox 



Lehmberg 



Shaw 



May 



Walden 



Burns 



Davidson, J. 



Herman 



Liese 



Powers 



Shivers 



Walker 



Callaway 



Dorward 



Kurth 



Moore 



Price 



Towle 



Ward 




Founded 1888, Boston Massachusetts 
Theta Epsilon installed 1911 
Colors: Silver, Gold, and Blue 
Flower: Pansy 

Sorores in Universitate: Lilla Bessonette Barnes, Portia Burns, Anne Callaway, 
Dorothy Davidson, Mary Josephine Davidson, Estine Dorward, Frances Fox, Adeline 
Herman, Hattie Kurth, Alexandria Lehmberg, Lanette Liese, Sue Maness, Doris Evelyn 
May, Carolyn Powers, Joyce Price, Charlyne Shaw, Nell Shivers, Mary Margaret 
Towle, Elizabeth Walden, Mary Kalhryn Walker, Frances Ward. 



DELTA DELTA DELTA 




Wynne 



Bonner 



Ccbble 



Forwood 



Howard, R. 



Roller 



Wetzel 



Ross 



Brandes 



Eldridge 



Hodge 



Lawhon 



Wardlaw, M. 



Wilson 



Anthony 



Brule 



Everitt 



Howard, C. 



Reese 



Wardlaw, T. 



Young 



Tri Delta Alliance: Mrs. Marvin Behrens, Mrs. Hester Davis, Mrs. R. L. Logan, 
Mrs. J. P. Atkin, Mrs. C. O. Beaver, Mrs. Sam Stone, Mrs. E. D. Skaggs, Marietta 
Huffstutler, Mrs. William Marmion, Elizabeth Howard, Kathryn Hamilton, Mrs. F. C. 
Smith. 

Pledges: Nayde Bell Anthony, Verlynn Bonner, Dorothy Brandes, Mary Ellen 
Brule, Angelien Cobble, Suzanne Eldridge, Thell Everitt, Virginia Forwood, Catherine 
Howard, Rosamond Howard, Irene Lawhon, Clellia Mae Reese, Erie Nell Roller, Mary 
Wardlaw, Teddye Wardlaw, Margaret Wynne, Elizabeth Hinnant Ross, Cornelia 
Wetzel, Edna Florence Wilson, Sara Young, Mildred Hodges. 



KAPPA ALPHA 



Founded in 1865, Washington and Lee University 

XI installed 1883 

Colors: Crimson and Gold 

Flowers: Magnolia and Red Rose 



Fratres in Universitate: Leonard Ferguson, James 
Mann, Francis Butler, Oscar Hamilton, John Francis Blum, 
Weldon Byrd, Vernon Thames, James Wyllie, Ed Stanford, 
Howell Gaddy, Douglas Puryear, Arthur Beckwith, Joe 
McCook, Lee Lawrence. 



Byrd Blum Thames Hamilton Mann F. Butler Ferguson 

Puryear C. Butler Smith Gillum Gould McCook Wyllie 







KAPPA ALPHA 




Lawrence Beckwith Swanzey Myers Gaddy Turner Mays 

McDaniel Orr Peterman Dunn McCarty Stanford Fehr 



Fratres in Urbe: I. J. McCook, W. R. Mood, John Gillett, 
R. W. Tinsley, H. S. Frieze, Burgin Dunn, James Harris, 
Lloyd Johns. 



Pledges: James Smith, Bill McCarty, Chester Dunn, Freeman Mays, Cole Butler, 
Hershel Orr, Albert Gould, Orville McDaniel, E. B. Luke, Ted Fehr, Bill Cottingham, 
Henry T. Myers, Ray Couser, Morris Jackson, Irving Peterman. 



PHI DELTA THETA 



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Moore 
Jameson 



Baldwin Popejoy Wilder Perkinson Proctor Starnes 

Tyree Magee McCall Neilson Heartfield McKinnon 



Founded 1848, Miami University 
Colors: Argent and Azure 
Flower: White Carnation 



Fratres in Urbe: Sam Stone, D. K. Wilcox, R. L. Logan, D. W. Wilcox, Bond 
Chrietzberg, Emzy Cooper, James Fowler, Billy Stump, Luther Waggoner, Walter 
Young, Dimmit Hughes. 

Fratres in Facultate: W. C. Vaden*, H. L. Gray- 



Deceased 



PHI DELTA THETA 




Davis 



Morelle 



S. Crowther 



Horn 



Rentfro 



North 



Han-ell 



Scarbrough 



T. Crowther 



Bergquist 



Denson 



Halbert 



Texas Gamma Installed in 1886 
Fratres in Universitate: Russell Moore, Thomas Baldwin, Thomas Bell Popejoy, 
Ross Wilder, W. F. Starnes, Doak Proctor, Guy Lee Perkinson, D. L. Jameson, James 
Tyree, Phil Magee, Hobby McCall, Horace Neilson, Edgar Heartfield, John McKinnon. 

Pledges: John D. Harrell, John Morelle, Don Scarbrough, Fulton Horn, Sam 
Crowther, Marvin Davis, Carl Bergquist, Bob Rentfro, H. T. Denson, Jack Nor'ih, Ted 
Crowther, Buddy Halbert. 






KAPPA SIGMA 



Wardlaw, W. 



Bergin 



Overton 



Fisk 



Browne 



Hewell 



Presley 



Tyner 



Boyd, N. 



Gayle 



Hansard 



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Hill 



Boyd, R. H. 




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Henry 



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Founded 1869, University of Virginia 

Iota Installed 1886 
Colors: Scarlet, Green, and White 
Flower: Lily of the Valley 



Fratres in Universitate: C. W. Wardlaw, David Bergin, Norman Presley, John 
Afton Hewell, John Hill, Pat Manford, Henry Whitenberg, Robert Overton, Roy Tyner, 
Edward Warren, Raymond Miller, Elmer Nilson. 



KAPPA SIGMA 




Lochte 



Manford 



Saegert 



Warren 



Mayfield 



McDonald 



Lowe 



Miller 



Stafford 



Weeks 



Barron 



McGill 



Purl 



Wardla\ 



Whittenberg 



Dickie 



Callaway 



Pledges: Newell Boyd, R. H. Boyd, Kinnear Eorl, Al C. Barron, Walter Wardlaw, 
Earl Fisk, Billy Gayle, Hal Browne, J. B. Henry, Pat Lee, Darrell Lochte, Fred Purl, 
Conrad Saegert, Norman S. Stafford, Eldred Beasley, Wallace Weeks, Allen Horst- 
mann, Ward Lowe, William McGill, Paul Henderson, Albert Dickie, Jones Callaway, 
Nathan McDonald. 







SOUTHWESTERN CHORUS 



Top row: Popejoy, Thompson, Meyer, Wilkinson, G. Meyer, Grossov, Boolenko, Palmer, 
McCormick, Eckles, Clover. 

Second row: Wetzel, Brandes, M. McCormick, Mara Slaviansky, accompanist; Mme. 
Margarita Slaviansky, director; Darsey, Gammenthaler, Jameson, Misko. 

Front row: Juby, Sterling, Stephens, Smith, Petronova, Price, Richey, Anthony. 



Mme. Slaviansky has given the University a chorus of exceptional ability this 
year. They have, besides singing in all the principal cities of Texas, given concerts in 
Chicago, Gary, Indiana, and in the states of Missouri and Oklahoma. 



On the left we have the freshman flag and the little fish trying to get it down — At least the upper- 
classmen didn't get it down. The first time in many long years — Bailey and Adeline Herman snap- 
ped as a matter of record — Whit the man with his picture in all the papers — And leaving after the 
"S" boys had been speedily and fittingly initiated into the royal order. 



Top tennis players, Charlene Shaw — Sidney, Sidney tch! — Mildred Hodge and Savage — This is 
what a Zeta looks like when she is dressed up — Two cute little Zetas McKinney and Savage — Little 
Liz is Mrs. Hoss Ross now — More tennis players — That is Charlotte Anne Sterling smiling so big right 
in the middle — Ted was too manly and tall to get into the picture, but nice package by his side — 
Look out Portia, we don't like that look on Eddie's face — Saxon without Ferguson, Swanzey, etc. — 
We'd hide too. 




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We might call this a bunch oi pretty Deltas if it weren't for the three pretty Zetas down there — 
Anyway you can see that it is a bunch of the girl s on an outing at the river — we can't see any boys 
— they sure cut clidos tho — Maybe it would be fair to say that the Zetas were not with the Deltas — Two 
different occasions. 

For the page to the right, the Kappa Sigs making Jackasses out of their pledges — the boys seem 
to be right at home and enjoying Ihe fun — We wouldn't want to say just who or what about the second 
picture down, left hand column — he last picture s hows the PWA boys — In a manner of speaking — 
Earning their tuition — This was no'; one of the pictures sent to NYA headquarters — On the whole 
right hand column we find various groups of the boys — football men at the top — Byrd is in good 
compaiy for once — Swede and Morgan are big things aren't they — you needn't notice the bottom four 
— they are just nasty dishwashers — Really not skilled labor like the waiters. 





Part of the Trinity Special — Busshart stowing the ship for a cruise — The band sweetheart sur- 
rounded by her band boys — Story thinks the girls are looking at him — They may be — The parade for 
the Trinity game — The old bus traveled quite a bi t this year. 



These people just wanted their picture taken — Nice picture — Fanny was the leading English 
student — Student assistant too — Some cars wait a little while to stall anyway — Doc. Mann, Tyner, 
McCarty, Hershel — Ossie waving to a tail brunette — Look out Eutha — Sweet is the word for Knipp — 
Trinity gals — Ossie and Eutha. 



Arline, demure on a pastoral 
background — This can't be Co- 
tulla — All we know is that it 
isn't Edwards — Wish we were 
up there with Bateman — just 
people on the river — It does 
have an attraction you know. 



Mrs. McKennon and Mr. 
Holmes prove that they are 
hunters — Condrey, Tatum, and 
Stanford — Spud and Louise in 
a nice shady spot — Now, now 
Tatum, you shouldn't do Martha 
that way — Compton and Bernice 
will do nicely in an Epworth 
League — Wasn't Joyce cute 
when she was little — as she is 
now — As Eor Van and the other 
three — Forgive us our sins, as 
we forgive those who etc. — ■ 
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redoubtable Pete Peterman and Florence Gammen thaler — Arline and Edith Huitt in riding togs — Fanny 
Fox and Maigaret Wynne — Being late to classes won't get you anywhere Riley and Steele — Baby Jo 
in her younger days — Clellia Reese and Erie Nell Roller paused for a moment — The golfer of the cam- 
pus with Mayde and Mary Lena Edens — Everybody's trying to hide for some reason or other — The 
band boys with empresario Johnson after a triumph at Taylor. 




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could not leckon with an obstinate 
misfortune that beset and harras- 
sed the team. 




It was big and fast, this team; the 
weight and speed in the right place, and 
the boys practiced as though they wanted 
to win. 

On the opening day of the fall train- 



ing session seventy huskies reported for 
practice. Coach Edens barely managed 
to suit them all, and it was quite a job 
to pick the best men in the crowd. Some 
of the men were sent home, others dropped 
out, until at last only about forty remained, 
an ideal squad. 

In the opening game the new Buc- 
caneer team defeated Victoria Junior col- 
lege, 6 to 0, in the mud. Lonnie Morgan, 
freshman from McAllen, won the game 
with an off-tackle thrust for a touchdown 
in the third quarter. The game was played 
on Snyder field. 

The next week the Pirates played 
Westmoorland's Broncs, from San Antonio, 
and although they won by a 13 to count, 
they looked slow and ragged. The light 
Bronc team made them look bad in the 
last quarter with a passing attack that 
carried them to the shadow of the Pirates' 
goal-line as the game ended. The Pirates 
counted in the first and last quarters; 
"Baby" Ray Couser, of Uvalde, and Bob 
"Bear-Tiacks" Knight, scoring in order. 

The Corsairs ran into their first op- 
position in the form of the North Texas 




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State College Eagles, from Denton. 
The week before the Eagles had bat- 
tled S. M. U. to a standstill, and all 
indications pointed to their winning 
from Southwestern with little or no 
trouble. The game started and the 
Pirates surprised their critics by tak- 
ing almost immediate charge. Bril- 
liant running by Ray Couser put the 
ball in scoring position on the thirty 
yard line, and from there he passed 
to Gilbert Swanzey, freshman end 
from Weslaco, for a chalker. Again, 
in the third period, the Pirates drove 
down the field to score. It was a 
plunge by Knight that earned the 
points. The frantic Eagle aggregation 



Top row: Moreland Chapman, Assistant Coach; Perry, Byrd, Atkinson, Mays, Bremer, Peterman, Beas- 
ley, Heard, Knight, Allen, Swanzey, Fehr, Saegert, Lackey, Coach Edens. 

Bottom row: Waldrop, Orr, McCarty, Smith, Lewis, Presley, Tyner, Simmons, Black, Couser, Busshart, 
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opened "with an air raid in the final quarter and scored one 
touchdown. The game ended with the Pirates leading, 12 
to 7. 

That game was played Saturday night, and on Sun- 
day morning an attending physician stated that Coach Edens 
would be confined to bed at least three weeks. He had 
contracted typhoid fever. 

Without his guiding hand the Pirates rapidly slid 
down hill. They lost to St. Edward's and to the Southwesr 
Texas State Teachers, of San Marcos, by the scores of 6 
to 0, and 13 to 0. In these games they showed almost 
nothing in the way of an offense and their 
defense was none too good. But, worse than 
the defeats, Ray Couser, spear-head of the 
attack, received a severe knee injury when 
making an end run in the San Marcos fracas 
and was able to play in only one other game 
during the year. 







The following Monday found Coach 
Edens back at work on Snyder field and on 
that week-end the Pirates showed an improved 



WALTON SIMMONS, Captain 

Guard 

Three letter 



form to beat Abilene Christian College, 8 to 
7. It was a long pass in the final minutes 
of the game, Ted Fehr to Lonnie Morgan 
that pulled the game out of the fire. 



A long trip to Kingsville and a stout 
A. & I. team combined gave the Pirates a 
sound threshing. In this game the Pirates 
showed a fine passing attack and Lonnie 
Morgan won laurels by doing some plain 
and fancy ball running. 



Roy Tyner 
Halfback 
Two letter 



Weldon Byrd 

End 

One letter 



Red Davidson 

Halfback 

Squad 



Louis Bremer 

Center 

One letter 





ershel Orr 


Ted Fehr 


Jack Allen 


Ray Couser 


Halfback 


Quarterback 


Fullback 


Quarterback 


Two letter 


One letter 


One letter 


Two letter 



The Pirates returned to Georgetown 
to meet Trinity U., from Waxahachie. The 
teams battled nip-and-tuck on a muddy 
gridiron and finished the game neck-and- 
neck. Again the Pirates were forced to 
come from behind to save their skins. This 
time it was a long, last hope, pass from 
Fehr to Snookie Blum, of Taylor, that 
scored the tying points. This game saw 
Lonnie Morgan go out for the rest of the 
season with an injured shoulder. 

The Pirates, badly crippled, were in 
three more games bul only played one. 
Ray Couser, the Uvalde comet, came back 
into the line-up against Daniel Baker and 
inspired his team-mates. The Hill Billies 
got off to a nine point lead in the first 
half and then relied on the kicking toe of 
their all-conference quarterback, Howard, to 
keep them out of danger. Couser, however, 
didn't like thai; so he returned a punt to 
the fifty yard line, and then shook loose 
around end, behind some capable block- 
ing by Hershel Orr and Captain "Dusty" 
Simmons, and went for a touchdown. 

Trailing only by two points, late in 





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Nathan Waldrop 

Halfback 

Squad 



'Pete" Peterman 

End 

One letter 



Norman Presley 
Halfback 

Two letter 




George Rader 

Center 

Two letter 







La Vaughn Perry 

Halfback 

Squad 



Max Busshart 

Tackle 
Three letter 



Bill McCarty 

Halfback 

Squad 




Spud Lewis 

Halfback 

Squad 



the last period, the Buccaneers started a 
drive from their own forty yard line that 
carried them to Daniel Baker's 5 yard line, 
where they lost ihe ball on a fumble 
making a first down. Daniel Baker scored 
all of her points on blocked punts. 

The Pirates wound up their season, 
sans Couser, Morgan, and several other 
outstanding players, against Howard Payne 
and were badly beaten. 

Walton Simmons, senior captain, 
from Coleman, was placed on the first 
team of the all-Texas Conference selection 
at the end of the season; and Hershel Orr, 
of West Columbia, made second team. 

Coach Edens named twenty-one let- 
termen, seventeen to reiurn next season. 
The list includes: Captain Wal'.on Simmons, 
Weldon Byrd, Max Busshart and Norman 
Presley, seniors; Ray Couser, Hershel Orr, 
Roy Tyner, Snookie Blum, Doc Mann, 
Freeman Mays, and George Rader, juniors; 
Joe McCook and Max Lackey, sophomores; 
and Louis Bremer, Gilbert Swanzey, Lonnie 
Morgan, Jack Allen, Bob Knight, Buster 
Smith, Ted Fehr, and Conrad Saegert, 
freshmen. 



Gilbert Swanzey 

End 

One letter 



Freeman Mays 

End 

One letter 



Doc Mann 

End 
Two letter 





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Tackle 

One letter 



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Buster Smith 
Fullback 
One letter 



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Fullback 
One letter 



Max Lackey 

Guard 

One letter 

Ray Couser 

Quarterback 

Two letter 




Ted Fehr 

Quarterback 

One letter 



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Jack Allen 


Joe McCook 


Hershel Orr 


Harold Atkinson 


Eldred Beasley 


Fullback 


Guard 


Halfback 


Guard 


End 


One letter 


One letter 


Two letter 


Squad 


Squad 




"Mama" Heard 
Tackle 
Squad 



'Snookie" Blum 
Halfback 
One letter 



illiam Beckwith 


Lonnie Morgan 


Tackle 


Halfback 


Squad 


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FOOTBALL 
Walton Simmons, three letter; Maxine Bus- 
shart, three letter; James Mann, two letter; Her- 
shel Orr, two letter; Ray Couser, two letter; Nor- 
man Presley, two letter; George Rader, two letter; 
Donnell Bishop, two letter; Roy Tyner, two letter; 
Weldon Byrd, one letter; Lonnie Morgan, one let- 
ter; Gilbert Swanzey, one letter; Freeman Mays, 
one letter; Conrad Saegert, one letter; Louis 
Bremer, one letter; Ted Fehr, one letter; Robert 
Knight; one letter; Buster Smith, one letter; Jack 
Allen, one letter; John Francis Blum, one letter; 
Joe McCook, one letter; Max Lackey, one letter. 



BASKETBALL 
George Endicott, three letter; Roy Tyner, two 
letter; Freeman Mays, two letter; Walton Sim- 
mons, two letter; Eldridge Beasley, one letter; 
George Foster, one letter. 

GOLF 
Francis Butler, one letter; H. B. Benold, one 
letter; Thomas Purl, one letter; Leonard Ferguson, 
one letter. 

YELL LEADERS 
Thomas Baldwin, one letter; Leonard Fergu- 
son, two letter; Francis Butler, one letter. 







Walton Simmons, President '36 
James Mann, President '37 



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Leonard Ferguson 
Tommy Baldwin 



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BASKETBALL 



Dusty Simmons, Guard, Two letter 



Beasley, Guard, One letter 



George Endicott, Center, Three letter 



George Foster, Forward, One letter 



Freeman Mays, Guard, Two letter 




Henry Myers, Forward, Squad 




Roy Tyner, Forward, Two letter 



Bill Cottingham, Center, Squad 







BASKETBALL 





Score 


Opponents 


Scor 


Southwestern 


18 


McMurry 


30 


Southwestern 


30 


McMurry 


46 


Southwestern 


40 


St. Edward's 


16 


Southwestern 


28 


A. C. C. 


30 


Southwestern 


25 


A. C. C. 


35 


Southwestern 


33 


St. Mary's 


51 


Southwestern 


46 


St. Mary's 


24 


Southwestern 


32 


Howard Payne 


50 


Southwestern 


28 


Daniel Baker 


28 


Southwestern 


34 


Trinity 


23 


Southwestern 


21 


T. W. C. 


30 


Southwestern 


19 


Daniel Baker 


28 


Southwestern 


30 


Howard Payne 


35 



When it was over the Pirates had won three and lost ten, not by any means an 
imposing record for a basketball season. But it could have been worse . . . we could 
have lost thirteen games. 

It all came down to the point that the other schools had more and better basket- 
ball players than we did. Actually, they man-powered us! 

The Pirates nearly always led at the half period but faded in the last quarter in 
face of the steady stream of fresh men they faced. In many of the games only five 
or six Buccaneers saw action — they were the only ones Coach Edens considered 
capable of playing Texas Conference ball. 

George Endicott, three letterman captain, was the main-stay of the team and 
did a fine job of leading. At times he was very sensational but he never gained the 
consistant good form he displayed as a junior. 

Roy Tyner, junior forward, was sensational in most every game. He had a fine 
season scoring average and will be in line for great honors next season. Freeman 
Mays, at the other forward, did fine work, scored quite a few points, and will also 
be back next year. 

"Dusty" Simmons, guard, gained conference recognition for his capable work. 
He played air-tight defense and did some long range scoring. "Dusty" will play no 
more for Southwestern. The freshmen came in very handily: their ranks sparkled with 
stars who will be heard of for three more years. Most outstanding were "Slim" Beasley, 
Vernon "Monk" Meyers, George Foster, Bill Cottingham, and Henry Myers. 



With these freshmen coming along, aiding such scintillators as Tyner and Mays, 
the team of 1938 is expected to be one of the strongest in the conference. 



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Sept. 14 Registration Day. 

Sept. 15 Tom Johnson recognized as 
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Sept. 19 First Closed-door plotting of 
faculty against students. 

Oct. 3 Denton Game. 

Oct. 10 St. Ed's. 

Oct. 1 6 San Marcos Special. 

Oct. 23 Dinner of Golden Bowl. 

Oct. 31 A. & I. 

Nov. 7 Trinity game. 

Nov. 14 Mid-Semester headaches . . . 
McMurry at Abilene. 

Nov. 20 Daniel Baker. 




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Nov. 26 Thanksgiving headaches . . . 
Howard Payne. 

Dec. 3 "She Stoops to Conquer" another 
headache. 

Dec. 1 1 "The Darling" stages Pigskin 
Revue. 

Dec. 1 5 Kippa Swigmas have a hand 
at pledging Barbs. 



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expedition — direction of H. Gordon Van Sickle. 



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DRY CLEANERS 

For High Class Cleaning and Dyeing 

Call 

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Cleaners, Dyers, Hatters 

TELEPHONE 60 



Compliments 

CITIZEN'S 
ICE COMPANY 

E. A. CLOUSNITZER, Owner 



PROFESSIONAL 
DIRECTORY 



Dr. H. W. Cornick 

DENTIST 
Stone Bldg. Georgetown 



J. J. Brencke 

REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST 
EYES PROPERLY FITTED 



Dr. H. L. Patterson 

DENTIST GEORGETOWN 



Dr. Hobson Martin 

DENTIST CITY 



Davis Funeral Home 

LADY ATTENDANT 
FAST AMBULANCE SERVICE 



Dr. T. C. Gahagan, O. D. 

OPTOMETRIST ORTHOPIST 



Careful Considerate Service 

Friedrich's Funeral Home 




An Appreciation 
THIS BOOK IS BOUND 



American Beauty Cover 

Manufactured by 

AMERICAN BEAUTY 
COVER CO. 

Dallas, Texas 



Wilcox and Graves 

LAWYERS 
Georgetown, Texas 



H. M. Hodges 

OPTOMETRIST Georgetown 



PIGGLY-WIGGLY 

Groceries, Meats, Fruits and Vegetables 
ONE STOP FOOD STORE 



W. K. McClain Georgetown, Texas 

CRIMINAL DISTRICT ATTORNEY 
Georgetown, Texas 



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GEORGETOWN, TEXAS ORGANIZED 1880 

Student's Accounts fully appreciated 

Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 




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"SINCLAIR'S MODERN STATION ON AUSTIN AVENUE" 
BILL HEARD. Manager TELEPHONE 44 



Dec. 17 Carol Service. 

Dec. 21 Christmas Holidays . . . sus- 
tained headaches. 

Jan. 9 Zeta Formal in a big way. 

Jan. 16 Tri-Delts duplicate. 

Jan. 22 St. Ed's and basketball. 

Jan. 25 Finals and the worst headache 
yet. 

Feb. 2 Abilene and basketball. 

Feb. 13 St. Mary's and more basket- 
ball. 

Feb. 15 Percy Granger and long hair. 



Mar. 1 Henderson and Bruce Delineate 
"Macbeth". 

Mar. 6 A D Pi Formal (Alpha Doodles 
do it). Barbs swing high, swing low. 

Mar. 12 Alpha Chi looks over prospects. 

Mar. 15 Flash . . . Compton disappoints 
faculty club . . . blames it on his wife. 

Mar. 17 Woman's Bldg. hides dirty 
clothes. 

Mar. 20 Freshmen — Jan Garber and his 
nickelodeon. 

Mar. 26 Easter and last year's spring 
suit. 



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Mar. _.. Senior orals convince faculty of 
senior ignorance. 


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BARBER SHOP 


Apr. 1 Russian chorus picks appropri- 




ate day for recital. 


WHERE THE STUDENTS ALWAYS 




FIND THE BEST IN 


Apr. 8 Baylor loses moral victory to 


BARBER WORK 


Southwestern. 






A. W. HOYT FIN BARLEY 


Apr. 10 Pirate Pageant without Cowley 




Smith. 




Apr. 20 "The Darling" comes out with 




a '37 edition of Pigskins. 


Red & White Grocery 


Apr. 21 Bowden and Myers in recital. 




Apr. 28 "School for Wives" with 




promptings. 

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Edens Brothers Grocery 




S. T. Atkin Furniture Co. 


Western Union 


Georgetown, Texas 


J. B. BAKER, Manager 



DRISKILL HOTEL 



YOUR HOME AWAY FROM 



HOME WHEN IN AUSTIN 



Austin, Texas 



Ben Neuman 

DRY GOODS 



Harris Garage 



Georgetown 
Electric Shoe Shop 



CROSLEY SALES AND SERVICE 

C. L. Mercer 



Jones Barber Shop 



Hoffman & Son 



FARMER'S STATE 
BANK 



YOURS FOR SERVICE 

Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance 
Corporation 



Georgetown, Texas 



Georgetown Dairy Store 



Hewitt 
Glass and Mirror Shop 



Perry Brothers 



May 1 Phi's clean out beer bottles and 
invite the public. 

May 2 Chorus invades "The Windy 
City". 

May 7 Spanish Club go native in the 
city park. 

May 8 Tri-Delts give a nice one. 



May 13 A D Pi patronizes The Bucca- 
neer. 

May 13 Chorus sneaks back from Chi- 
cago. 

May 14 Sigma Tau Delta has a night- 
mare in the form of "Mid-Summer 
Night's Dream". 

May 15 Barbs try a fast one. 

May 20 "Spring Dance"- — a misnomer. 



Varsity Cafe 

Georgetown, Texas 



French Boot Shop 

Austin, Texas 



Walk-Over Bootery 

Austin, Texas 



J. R. Reed Music Co. 

Austin, Texas 



Lackey Service Station 

Georgetown, Texas 



Ahlberg & Sons Garage 

Georgetown, Texas 



Sid Eanes 

MAGNOLIA SERVICE STATION 
Georgetown, Texas 



J. D. Thompson Garage 

Georgetown, Texas 



Gulf Oil Corp. 

I. M. MAY, Agent 
Georgetown, Texas 



Merritt-Nabors Co. 

Austin, Texas 



Eat-A-Bite Cafe 

MR. AND MRS. WHALEY 



W. H. Davis Furniture Co. 

Georgetown, Texas 



Ben Franklin Store 

Georgetown, Texas 



Dacy Shoe Store 

Austin, Texas 



Carl Mayer Company 



JEWELERS 
Austin, Texas 



J. S. Gillett 

INSURANCE 
Austin, Texas 



Shaw Filling Station 

Georgetown, Texas 



Acme Dry Cleaners 

Georgetown, Texas 



May 22 Forensic Banquet — a fine fren- 
zy. 

May 25 Senior Finals. 

May 29 Sou'Wester, biggest headache, 
off press . . . Roberts and Dromgoole 
buy one-way tickets to Rio. 

May 31 Final headache for all students. 

June 6 Baccalaureate Sermon. 

June 8 Victory Service. Thirty -eight 
more filling station attendants are 
created. 



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